LDGN's continuing services for the Merritt 7 office complex in Norwalk, CT includes the recent completion of construction for landscape/hardscape renovation around Building 301. This project is part of a multiphase, multiyear project to renovate the entire office complex.
LDGN celebrates with Publishers Clearing House, the move of their headquarters from Port Washington to 300 Jericho Quad. The state of the art offices also includes outdoor amenity spaces for the enjoyment by their visitors and employees.
LDGN's long term involvement on the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s campus has seen the completion of the latest project, the renovation of the Guttenberg Institute of Technology Center main pedestrian entry. This renovation brings new life at this corner of campus, with new stairs, ramps, planting beds and a campus identity sign.
LDGN successfully oversaw the the renovation of the Wellington Station Shopping Center landscape. This refreshed landscape has already drawn more visitors to the site and the lease of some empty storefronts at this community commercial center.
LDGN's design of multiple terraces and the penthouse roof helped sales of this new Toll Brothers City Living luxury condo at 100 Barrow Street, in the West Village, which recently completed construction.
LDGN's Flour Garden/Brown’s Race project in the High Falls Section had the ribbon cutting ceremony
attended by the mayor of Rochester and representative of the State’s Office of Economic Development. A long water course, native planting and animated fountains
transformed this space into a community gathering area.
LDGN is pleased to announce work on two green infrastructure contracts.
The first from the Governor's Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) is a landscape and resiliency project located in Seagate, Brooklyn.
The second is for the City Parks Foundation for green infrastructure and storm water management at various sites around Newtown Creek.
LDGN made the Luxe Magazine 2016 Gold List,
for our Long Island Residence with Narofsky Architecture.
LDGN's Flour Garden Project for the GardenAerial
is scheduled for completion by December 31st, 2015.
LDGN's Flour Garden Project for the GardenAerial has commenced construction at long last.
LDGN's project which made the cover of the Summer issue Luxe magazine, Long Island Residence with Narofsky Architecture.
LDGN Landscape Architecture DPC is officially launched, rebranding Landgarden, but providing the same great service, from the same staff at the same address.
LANDGARDEN's Community Garden for the New York Restoration Project, The Target South Bronx Garden, was exhibited in the ‘Open to the Public: Civic Space Now’ show, put on by the Center for Architecture.
LANDGARDEN's work with Marcus Partners and CPG Architects on a two year rehabilitation of the Merritt 7 Office Park results in the Office of the Year Award from the Southern Connecticut BOMA Chapter.
LANDGARDEN has been working with GardenAerial, a non-profit looking to improve the High Fall area of downtown Rochester, NY. Landgarden is featured in the latest issue of GardenAerial's newsletter, The Gorge, #5, discussing the latest developments in the Brown's Race Sunken Garden project.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Merit Award from the NY chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for the NYRP Target Community Garden in Bedford-Stuyvesant, NY.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Gold Award from the Long Island Nursery and Landscape Association for the design of a Single Family Residence less then ½ acre for the Singer Residence.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Bronze Award from the Long Island Nursery and Landscape Association for Passive Use Area for the design of the Kurz residence.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Honor Award from the NY Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for the NYRP Target East Harlem Community.
Michael E Spitzer gains his LEEP AP accreditation.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Merit Award from the NY Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for the design of the Good Samaritan Pediatric Terrace.
LANDGARDEN was awarded a Merit Award from the NY Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for the design of the O’Neil Memorial Rose Garden.
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